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Brian Swan's Blog:
Getting Started with SQL Server Reporting Services (SSRS) and PHP
May 06, 2010 @ 10:12:15

Brian Swan has a new post to his MSDN blog today that looks at working with the SQL Server Reporting Services SDK and PHP to automatically create some reports based on the date in your database.

In this post I'll dive into the SSRS SDK for PHP that was recently released by the Interoperability team here at Microsoft. [...] The documentation in the SDK is complete with explanations for the classes that make up the SDK, code examples, and a "hello world" example. However, in this post, I'll build a simple web page (code attached to this post) that renders the Sales report that I created last week.

He starts off with an overview of how all of the technology will fit together and some of the things you'll need to have before you can get started - a user with the right permissions and a connection to the server. The "SSRSReport" class in the SDK gives you quick access to load a report based on a named location. You can then use methods like "RenderAsHTML" to output it as HTML or one of other methods (like CSV, text, PDF, etc).

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